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Old 01-18-2018, 03:27 AM   #341 (permalink)
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Do those three-wheelers must have a steering wheel or can they be fitted with a motorcycle-like handlebar? I'm more familiarized with the rules in Uruguay where three-wheelers with a steering wheel are licensed as a car, and the driver must hold a car driving license, while the ones fitted with a handlebar are legally a motorcycle. BTW is there any displacement, power or top speed limit for what three-wheeler you could drive legally there in Finland? What do you think about the Reliant Robin (it may be nearly impossible to find one there though)?
all three-wheelers can have a wheel and still be licensed as a bike.

No top limits for engine size/etc

Reliants are expensive to get here.

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Old 01-18-2018, 05:09 PM   #342 (permalink)
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all three-wheelers can have a wheel and still be licensed as a bike.
Even though a car-like cockpit would seem initially easier for someone unexperienced with motorcycles to get familiarized with, I still believe a middle-mounted cockpit with a handlebar is likely to become more stable due to the weight bias with the driver aboard.


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No top limits for engine size/etc
That sounds like a good excuse to eventually get a trike and make it an all-around runabout


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Reliants are expensive to get here.
Reliants might be cheap only in the UK, and maybe they'll start to become more pricey even there quite soon. Well, at least you could legally register one back there regardless of its manufacturing year (unlike my POS of a country where registrations for RHD vehicles are only been issued for those 30-year or older).

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